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As a highly important field in health care, nursing offers exciting, rewarding, and challenging career options. A nursing degree prepares nurses to function as generalists in practice when assuming the many excellent and ever-expanding employment opportunities available nationwide.
Faculty in the Department of Nursing are dedicated professionals and leaders in their field who value personal interactions with students, small class sizes, and quality service and care for our community.
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At the very heart of our nursing program is the Jesuit idea of cura personalis: caring for the whole person. In your courses and clinical experiences, you’ll explore the values, perceptions, and cultures of clients from a variety of backgrounds and developmental stages. You’ll become practitioners, leaders, and scholars responding to the challenges of the dynamic healthcare environment of the twenty-first century. And you’ll use your comprehensive, Jesuit education to think critically and communicate effectively, becoming a caring professional whose ethical conduct reaffirms the personal worth and dignity of each individual in your care.
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing/master's degree program in nursing/post-graduate APRN certificate program at Le Moyne College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.(http://www.ccneaccreditation.org
Bringing a group of World War II veterans to Washington, D.C., was a mission Le Moyne nursing students happily accepted.
“The most rewarding part of the trip was being able to immerse myself in the Ghanaian culture,” said Christopher Spinella ’14, a nursing student from Syracuse, N.Y. “The people of Ghana were welcoming from the beginning."
As a child Kateri Allard was intent on becoming a dancer. When an illness brought her to the hospital for several months, though, she was led down a new path - to become a nurse like those who cared for her.
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